Based on this question here: Are "man in the middle" attacks extremely rare? Is it possible to detect man-in-the-middle attacks, and if so, how would one go about it? In addition, what if ...
In "Some thoughts on the iPhone contact list controversy and app security", cdixon blog Chris Dixon makes a statement about web security Many commentators have suggested that a primary security ...
Suppose I am setting up an IPsec VPN for Apple iOS clients with the requirement that the iOS clients need to know that the server is legitimate and vice-versa. I create a root CA and issue a ...
DuckDuckGo is a search engine that has a Tor Exit Enclave and hidden service. This site is focused on the safe, secure searching of its users. Since DNS is not used in Tor, it appears that HTTPS is ...
February 14, 2012 UTC: Yesterday, I connected to a website of a VPN provider for which Firefox 8.0.1 on Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64 stated that its' SSL certificate is invalid. I saved the received ...
An answer to a recent question has given me an idea for a school project (security CS program). Also, an active attacker (with a fake base station) can potentially force a mobile phone to use ...
I need help understanding the dynamics of an sslstrip attack. I'm using it to test the security of a site that I own. I can successfully sniff the victim (in this case, myself) credentials over the ...
Over the course of about a month we have received multiple reports of a rogue access point attempting to intercept traffic. I suspect an attacker is using a wifi pineapple, or similar hardware ...
http://www.thoughtcrime.org/software/sslsniff/ If I have a domain on my HTTPS Everywhere list, so that theoretically it could be only visited via an HTTPS connection in my Firefox, then could an ...
I'm doing some research into the privacy of various iOS applications. My main source of data is via wireshark or Burp (HTTP/S proxy). This has been rather sucessfull for MiTM for decrypting HTTPS ...
Imagine I have a computer where all the trafic is being sent through the MitM. How would it be possible to have a secure connection through this setup? In this case it would be OK to design a new ...
I'm wondering, does anyone have any suggestions to defend against SSLstrip particularly?